Whether you need to move hazardous materials or hazardous waste, The Kiesel Company's fleet is ready to roll. In addition to liquid and dry trailers, Kiesel's vacuum trucks, trailers and hydro-vac supersucker can tackle the most challenging jobs.
No one likes to have a release - so when one happens, you need a reliable team. As an OSRO responder, Kiesel is proven to be prepared for spills on water as well as land.
Kiesel taps an extensive supply network in St. Louis and beyond to supply diesel, gasoline, and lubricants along with a broad range of residual fuels.
TRANSCUBE double-walled auxiliary fuel tanks provide a clean, environmentally friendly alternative to the messy, hazardous hassle of traditional round fuel storage tanks.
Emergency Response – Experience Matters
Only experienced spill response teams tackle the most difficult challenges.
The Kiesel Company handles both small and large releases, working in partnership with businesses, local fire departments, Haz Mat teams and State Environmental Agencies. Below are a few examples of The Kiesel Company’s Emergency Response capabilities:
Cold Cutting:Only one chance to do it right.
With three fire departments staged a mile away, Kiesel successfully cold cuts into a loaded overturned gasoline tanker in order to pump off its load.
OSRO:Oil Spill Removal Organization.
As a U.S. Coast Guard approved OSRO, Kiesel responds to spills in the Mississippi River. With a permanent inventory of slick boom and sorbent boom, Kiesel is always prepared.
Site Protection and Restoration:Mitigating long term impact.
After a truck runs off the Interstate into a federal wetlands, Kiesel constructs cofferdams in order to remove the contaminated water and soil while preventing further damage to the fragile environment. Restoration included specialized grasses and wildflowers.